Nathaniel O. Hubley
Nathaniel O. Hubley

Nathaniel Hubley’s practice is devoted to general and business litigation, labor and employment law, personal injury, worker’s compensation, and medical malpractice. Nathaniel graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law with honors, receiving an honors medallion for successfully completing the Honors Program. While attending law school Nathaniel was the Executive Editor of the Valparaiso University Law Review and his article dealing with vocational expert testimony in personal injury, worker’s compensation and social security disability cases was published in Volume 43, Issue 1 in Fall 2008.
Prior to law school, Nathaniel graduated from IPFW with honors with a B.A. in philosophy and history. Nathaniel received an honors medallion for successfully completing the IPFW Honors Program. Also, he was the student body vice-president and was selected as the university’s ambassador multiple years.

A native of Huntington, Indiana, Nathaniel is actively involved in the Huntington and Fort Wayne communities. Nathaniel was awarded the Governor’s Award for Tomorrow’s Leaders for his community involvement, entrepreneurship, and academic accomplishments.

Nathaniel is a member of the Indiana Bar Association and the Allen County Bar Association. Nathaniel is also a member of the Benjamin Harrison American Inn of Court. Also, he serves on the Allen County Bar Association’s Grievance Committee, Public Relations Committee, and Fee Dispute Committee. In addition to these involvements, Nathaniel is a board member of the IPFW College of Arts and Sciences Community Advisory Board.

Nathaniel is also an adjunct faculty at Ivy Tech Community College and teaches civil procedure, introduction to law, property law, employment law, and trial procedure.